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Tekonsha Prodigy P2 Electronic Brake Control

Tekonsha Prodigy P2 Electronic Brake Control

Description

The Tekonsha Prodigy P2 Electronic Brake Control is an electric trailer brake control for up to 4 braking axles.

Features

  • Produces stops that are in proportion to vehicles deceleration rate
  • Digital display depicts voltage delivery to trailer during braking
  • Numerous mounting options including 360 degree vertical rotation
List Price
$167.24
Your Price
$135.00
In Stock

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Details

Features:

  • Reverse battery protection for both vehicle and breakaway
  • Designed to work with electronic over hydraulic brake systems
  • Numerous mounting options - including 360 degree vertical rotation
  • Digital display depicts voltage delivery to trailer during braking
  • No level adjustment necessary - it adjusts itself to varying terrain as you drive
  • Great for backing into tough spots! Works proportionally in reverse with the ability to disable when not needed
  • Produces stops that are in proportion to vehicles deceleration rate
  • "Boost" feature gives users the ability to apply more initial trailer braking power when towing heavier trailers
  • Continual diagnostics check for proper connection, shorted magnet conditions and much more
  • Quick and easy disconnect feature allows user to remove and store the control when not in use
  • Electric trailer brake control for up to 4 braking axles
  • Limited lifetime warranty

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Tekonsha Prodigy P2 Electronic Brake Control 90885 Prodigy P2 electronic brake control for 1-4 axle trailers, proportional
$135.00
In Stock

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